Prelude to Glass-Steagall: Abusive Securities Practices by National City Bank and Chase National Bank During the 'Roaring Twenties'

@article{Wilmarth2016PreludeTG,
  title={Prelude to Glass-Steagall: Abusive Securities Practices by National City Bank and Chase National Bank During the 'Roaring Twenties'},
  author={Arthur E. Wilmarth},
  journal={Corporate Law: Securities Law eJournal},
  year={2016}
}
From the late 1990s through 2008, the United States experienced the largest boom-and- bust cycle in its securities and housing markets since the “Roaring Twenties” and the Great Depression. Scholars have studied the events that led to the recent financial crisis and have compared those events to the causes of the Great Depression. In particular, analysts have considered whether “universal banks” – financial conglomerates that control deposit-taking banks as well as securities broker-dealers… 
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